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Important: The Rochester Post transitions to .GOV domain

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The City of Rochester has officially transitioned from .NET to .GOV for all online services, including The Rochester Post website. Officials are encouraging readers to update their bookmarks to reflect the change.

The new URL: news.rochesternh.gov

The Rochester Post is operated by the Public Information and Community Engagement Office for the City of Rochester. The purpose of the website is to serve as an aggregate for municipal press releases, community happenings, public meetings and hearings, and regional news from the State of New Hampshire and local press sources. The posts are available to readers at no cost, with no required subscriptions, internet-generated advertising, pop-ups, or clickbait. The mission of The Rochester Post is to raise awareness, make public information easily accessible, and to encourage Rochester citizens to get involved in their community and municipal government.

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